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Hello, today is Tuesday, June 14, 2022

FEATURED


What an LA priest learned after a year in Rome

On the one hand, there’s immense gratitude for the many gifts I have been given, like the ability to pray and study in this beautiful city with its churches, art museums, parks, and culture; on the other hand, a certain sense of heartache, with all the suffering, unforgiveness, and divisiveness in the world today.
By Father Brian Humphrey, Angelus News

VOICES


How I became a former reformer

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News

VOICES


René Girard and the social media swamp

By Bishop Robert Barron, Angelus News

WORLD


Superpowers at war add to the world's poor, pope says in message

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service

VATICAN


War, Vatican II, decision making: Pope shares insights with Jesuit editors

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


Family vows to appeal after UK court orders life support removed from 12-year-old

By Charles Collins, Crux
 

U.S. bishops urge action following church, pro-life pregnancy attacks

By Catholic News Agency
 

USCCB plans to release more resources on abuse prevention, child protection

By Catholic News Service
 

Secret tentative intimation

By Jennifer Bryson, The Lamp Magazine
 

Abortion foes, accustomed to small wins, ready for big one

By Matt Sedensky, AP

The man who built his own cathedral: For nearly 60 years, a former monk toiled almost single-handedly on an extraordinary building outside Madrid. Is it a folly or a masterpiece? Read more from Matthew Bremner, The Guardian (Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

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